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couldn't do the job, no modern pope had ever done that. pope benedict's decision to step down came as a surprise, shock in new york. >> wow, that's big form. >> reporter: the first for abdicate in 600 years. >> for him to retire like that, you know, to me it's like losing a father. >> reporter: the 85-year-old cited fading health, saying in a statement -- i have come to the certainty that my strengths, due to an advanced age are no longer suited to an adequate exercise of my ministry. vice president biden is a practicing catholic. >> this is a man of great integrity and looking out for what he believes is the best interests of our church. i admire him for it. >> reporter: benedict used twitter, but had visibly slowed down as the papacy became more demanding, thanks in part to energetic predecessor john paul ii. new york's cardinal timothy dolan on benedict's reaction. >> almost, i don't know if i'm up to this, but with god's grace and mercy i'll give it my best shot, and he's done it well for almost eight years. >> that is a man in the full possession of his physical powers is goin
a sunday blessing from pope benedict at st. peter's hmm, it says here that cheerios helps lower cholesterol as part of a heart healthy diet. that's true. ...but you still have to go to the gym. ♪ the one and only, cheerios ♪ the one and only, cheerios >>> president obama's chief of staff confirms the white house has been working on its own plan for immigration reform. it was leaked yesterday and quickly drew criticism from senate republicans who are working on a bipartisan bill. today on "meet the press" whous white house chief of staff dennis mcdonough defended the plan but says he hopes congress can reach a deal. >> if those do not work out we'll have an option ready to put out there. >> marco rubio of florida called the white house plan dead on arrival in congress. the proposal includes an eight-year path to citizenship for the 11 million people who are already in the country illegally. a bipartisan gang of eight in the senate is expected to reveal its plan coming up in march. >>> pope benedict delivered his second to last sunday blessing before retiring at the end of the month. he b
are starting to arye in vatican city as the final days of pope benedict's papacy wind down. two more days remaining before the pope steps down. today there are new details about what his future holds. the vatican says he will keep the name benedict xvi but could also be addressed as emeritus pope or his holiness. the cardinals will officially meet monday and begin to set a date to select pope benedict's replacement. >>> doug is here with more about our weather forecast. heaviest rain we are getting is coming through now. >> we are seeing it now. best news is temperatures are going up just a little bit. it is not quite as nasty temperaturewise but nastier with the rain. all in all it is still fasty and equals to about as nasty as it was earlier. conditions continue to deteriorate with that rain and making its write a across our region and see the clouds and low clouds, fog and, yes, that heavy rain moving through now. 45 degrees current number. winds out of the east at 20 miles per hour. winds gusting to 30 miles an hour now. that's going to continue to make things very uncomfortable if yo
. and it's the dance that has everyone talking >>> pope benedict xvi is stepping down in a fdays. there was a leaked document scandal of 2012. the pope is stepping down because of revelations in that file. the vatican denies that and accuses the media of running false reports that could affect the conclave to elect a new pope. back here in washington, cardinal donald world leaves for the vatican tomorrow to be part of that conclave. >>> south african correction am officers visit theed home where oscar pistorius is staying. he is staying with his uncle. pistorius also has to surrender his passports and guns and check in with police twice a week. his coach says pistorius will start training monday hoping to clear his mind. pistorius is charged with his girlfriend's murder, her father said today he might one day be able to forgive pistorius as long as he tells the truth about what happened. >>> she wants america's kids to get moving and last night the first lady showed off some moves of her own. another look at michelle obama's dancing on "late night with jimmy fallon" and how she c
to sanction the syrian government. >>> pope benedict xvi will mark ash wednesday, tomorrow, with a mass. it might be his last one as the pope. he plans to step down, of course, in about two weeks. the pope blamed frail health but there are still many questions about his decision. vatican officials disclosed today the pope had a pacemaker implanted ten years ago when he was still a cardinal. they also clarified that the pope will not be involved in the conclave that will let his success dash elect his successor. officials expect to announce the timing of the conclave and say by the end of the week. >>> doug is here with more on our weather after this spectacular day we had today. it is almost impossible to imagine we can have snow tomorrow. >> even for a meteorologis it is almost impossible to imagine snow on a day after 60 degrees. that's pretty much what we have. we have the forecast that's just too warm for most of us to get any significant snow out of this storm. it was looking good yesterday but even then we knew that there would be a rain-snow line close to the d.c. metro area. now
was likely to have been possibly benedict's final mass. it was moved to the basilica today because of a larger that is usual crowd. he is step down at the end of the monday. the vatican says his successor will likely be picked between march 15th and 20th. he says he can almost filly field the kind any and affection he's received. >>> whether you like baseball or not, it really doesn't matter. you've got to love what happened today. pitchers and catchers for the nationals reported to florida today. spring training is under way. dan hellie is down there. he got this afternoon to the camp. where are you. >> reporter: it's viera, right next to melbourne, a little south and east of orlando, just about 45 minutes away from the airport in orlando. it was a quiet day here for the nationals. 82 degrees, sunny, beautiful. the pitchers and catchers spent much of the day undergoing their physicals. this is something new for almost everybody in the nationals organization because of the lofty expectation. as you know, the nationals are coming off an unbelievable season, 98-win season picked by m
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